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THE COLUMBIA" EVENING MISSOURIAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1920.
HE IGNORES STATE HIGHWAYS
'CoMmuol tnm ruga J
"Xmntttioa by aajri ra, or c cr or on-
-wsyrottftfi wav; it- the t dnverarii e of s-
tflT r wera?e or. -rtitJi anv- irftifr ira-
Pitijl taiil cii) aav desirr t mate
1BJ tine u I e in or in mi strr3 i Mr. MhnR dni not elt the official
. t". riarU or jmhie pla-f , hiaSwav- betuecn Kansjs City and Su
provided further, hrmevrr, tbst mmi , Lenin as a pit! of liii p'inwry system Lut
State lload Commissioner Would
Alt Columbia on Secondary System
Gittmbtl m plartd on a secondirr
trfli f reads, orcArdins to a svlem
f f high planned fur construction un
rirr the flD raHfion-dflliar bond isur bv
John M. Mala ns, ilate high ay enrorniv
(orrr Ifli )Ktrtn propor a road
i tnariunf every count). The primary
' ttrm rtf J30O mile is to be built of tie
, trrst material and will connect the large
-ties The terondarv svstem i to be
Hard yuriaccd and u to supply the laleral
COMSIITTEE WAS TLEASED
To Ask Funds for New Duildin; for
College of Agriculture.
The committee of visitors of the State
I-cjrMstare, vnv recently viitcd the Uni-verMtyvu-re
JugM) pleased with the high
depree of efficiency winch the University
of Missouri has readied and the service
it is rendering to the state.
One of the chief recommendations
which the committeemen said they -would: A. C at Eustis irpnia, a vocational
LOCAL RECHUIT1NG LARGER
Tvvmty.Six Applicants Accepted
Since November 1.
Hecroiiing has been picking up rapid
ly during the lat few months according
to Coiporal E. F Hinley of the heal
Iieiruitia: Station. Twenty-six appli
cants haie been arep:ed since November
I. The Majority, of t'ice hate been as
signed to the Forty-third regiment of C'
va OitnpanT shall Lv iti pif--. m; is.
ajjplianem and onrrttnmi aod a. '
ncttW repairs ea 1 replacement tacre
on ttad rher-tu s. 'ar a- roarbe possible
the treet whit k are U ing rcpavfc or
tbnt o be cepsved in advance of liie
Mrlatf work tfiirrt.ii, upon reaHiab!e
twtior to said C.i C.atpi.iv from ai '
Section 2. That th PMi "enicr
.vematoevon m u Mir1. nr
instead ebooia the route south of the
Missouri Hirer. About one-third of the
riehwar tliruojh Odiunbia lias been
httflt while tint south of the rwer has
amle little progress.
jONE ADMITTANCE IN 2 DAYS
Hem ever Hospital Discharged Nine
Ma-y EUaaheth Dan-ton is the only
tody wfcfch r by law b- aLtfw-jteJ i P"" "'mmed to Farter Memor-
hm time r lime to nrewribe the con
, 4dcn nnaW which u-li t,- an br
, mxaufarrtpred w! so! !, as Jl s : n
the price Aerof, sWJ have aitWip
fmir'ftae m viir to "ix. crablish ami
rcsvbte the esce a hkh (as out Ik
MQ to in ri" "f ( Ji ivhij MifltHin
and t tie inbaii-B- ttii i f, -'id tl
eeSliem ondrf hHi eaa our U. man
cfartejmi and iK-.rjhai 1 ;K 'i
SoetiM S. The H: (.nrap-nv sr all
Uatea, wKcrev up- t'i- -.irt t- n
amis, ettns. parls or otfier ubSc place
le!iy of CJti ' ' -hi mi '
f Msiaa; t jiMi'ru bsjinwirlwi
therewith, r - n-p ' i I m i i saH A'
9 la aaordaik-e -a n or biw? rol.
ltd craulai wos cf - uv Citvt J . f
- ihe Qiv of Coli-!..-. JivuH. oo , in
fore r aA n;3 V rj r he au ot'.
SeWiun A. Sa' Oa- j'iiipi.v i.ti
exMrd M mam o- r 1 'me liic "ipa i
M it- em - frimi . " v mm- iw cKtc
aHT9 It !! f-fcrf' n u rvi r cru! vi;"
Gter the nm' " "f i i i '' co"- 'm "
tpphins 1- ii.infc i h- -i r'lire-i m'S
i flkt. AaJJ ajref i-i i 1 1 tuc. p I"
Hmvhasc cjs i -u iw.jih ! vi'w!
sapb iorwT. A-atl oflt b le3 ihai
re b-a IIs i t f r t - i M0
feel of m-in r. i. i . i nrf-isir to Ik
JaM ii oriN"-" r . -or1! Consuzaer
fwtior t !ul,' 6nal p 'Jje -r
ikjs osoHut't ih' elerl of tut. (.n, '41
Coldiabll .w far-i1! a i-vp) i.i llus
t&t!r.rc rfo'v rf-nh-d it lrt- t " "m"1 of
said p-'il.i 'o i-l -rail is. uho shall
acenn: tni. orfr tec- mi v.nuns. ci ber
"n per."v i by liKr as-in ' srantecli
or iiei" i.ih.n 'ixi ibvs alter the ?ate
of the - rtrficetion aid delivery thrrxoi'
to (aid f-xn:s and o-t assiimcn; of
rJ ja ordiKjace f"oa laid grantor aha!!
be vaBd tmWsi socb usefrucjeul bt. m
wrilfaj viul Jned and ritno4e,Ui
b' raid r4.- and cRr ltrr.,f fileii
in the cSrb cf the clerk of the Ctv oH
Section S. Tbw tr.TTnsali afcd all ,w
vinoBS thereof eiaJ! lake effect and he
in foil force from and after Is passage
V. S, AND SIAM SICK TREATY
1 Hospital within he tiast two davs. A
crtat numbef. I-aworr. have lieen dis-tiia-ged.
so that lite hospital is no m)re
-ir carty thin li-ual. f
luise diMlwrgcil esterday vjerer Mil
ftuchraocller. Tom llurnett. Ceorge
t.ordon, Ccorpe I'lattenburg, Jolin
i'v, Maureen Philips, Thomas E. Lee,
Ii- Roth Waller,-John Machir, Donna
Mznre. ami Emrrsn Faullc. Euscne
rnntrA& was tlMliarged this nmnmg.
male to the Legislature whtn it convenes
in January would be for an appropria
tion to build another building for the
Collcce of Agriculture
Farmers .May Utilize Raw Wool.
R. L. WaddelL, extension specialist in
sheep, went to Linpeua Friday to meet
vith the Linn County Sheep Growers'
Asticition to discuss the maiktting of
the wool wbich is in pool there".
He intended to pte-ent a plan to have
the wool woven into Manlcts. liaw wool
is verv low in price at present, but wool
bbnlets are eirensive.
PROWLER EOES NOT ROB
Sperial lew nn-v-s on all chafing dish
-a, 33 -Z er cent di-cnunt eveept on the
licctnr line. Nowman Hardware Com
"More recruits are generally obtained
during the summer months tl.an in any
other season of the year, but rocent eco
nomic conditions have made the younger
generation disatiiieil with tbc cities and
country anil as a result they are enlisting
in the army for a year or more vocation
al training. said Corporal Hinlei. One
of the greatest drawing elements of the
army at the present time is the one year
enlistment for vocaliocal training, which
includes board, room, clothing, wahirg
and $30 a month,
Enters House, at. Mid-Night
Hut Takes Nothing.
"He looked awful mean and he didn't
IiHik hie a student," said Paul W. Lim
nick in describing a man he saw look in
Ids window Saturday night. After try
ing ail the windows tliat entered the
l.oue irom the back lurch, tlie man
.(.limbed down a tree and left in a car. j
He returned about midnight and this
time he entered by one of the doors. He
tried to open Limrick's door, but it wis J
linked. limerick ard his rootimatt
tiied to eatcb him but could not. Limer j
ick savs tliat he lliousht the man most;
have been looking for whiky. 1
Nothing lias been missed from the i
Rochcport Schonls Inspected.
C E. Notthcutt, county schvl sujier
intendent, and Dr. W. A. Norris, county
lieeltb phvician, went to Rocheiiort )e
terday to inspect schools there.
Younester to TraTel Like Lady.
Jane Mehl, A'i old daughter of Prof,
and Sirs, Maurice C. Mehl, 213 Turner
street, will leave Sunday for Chicago,
where she will vinit her grandmother,
Mrs. H. L. Hull, for a week. Prof. E.
IS. Brandon. w!n is xoing to Chicago,
to attend a mating of the American A-
srtiation for the Advancement of Science,
will accompany the little girL Jane is
etciled alxiut the trip and promie to
le arc enthusiastic traveler Her father
has fitted, up a miniature traveling bag
for her, with ber, own toilet set and sh
it locking forward to the time for its
a:e with childish delight
Rurial of P. K; Fenton.
The burial of Peter Kemper Fenton
was held at 1:30 o'clock yesterday at
the Rocky Ford Cemetery. Sir. Kemper
dredSuddtnly from an attack of apo
plexy Saturday morning. He lived at
206 Forest 3venue.
Christmas Program at HighSchool
The senior class of the Columbia High
School will, give a Christmas program
net Thursday morning. The program
will include carols, choruses, solos and
ether exercises. There will alw be a
small Christmas tree. There wi(l be an
exchange of gifts.
Bids for School Signs.
falsI bids for sin fur Rural School
Houses of Iioone County must be in by A 11 Tri fllC i"if Jianairinrt
l:(Xhp. m, Monday, December 27, 192a -1--" "aatuikj vm. AlvuUMIlJg
r.iJs should be muled or brought to tl-e Furniture, trunks, umbrellas, doors and
windows, door locks, rubber tires for go-
Oftice ci Superintcnuent of Boone Coun
Sites, mast be made of good quality
black, iron 3-t inches long and 2 feet
wide. One coat of paint on back and
two coats o while paint on front, and
the name of the school house and tbe
nurjber of the ib'strict in black letters.
carts and Eaby carriages also saw fil
ing. AH work promptly done; auto service.
Allworth .& Northup
100 Dorsey St. Telephone 1314-Black
JeUJ DURABLE )ML
o Tbe CO-QP q
JV I Al -vDhMIL js"
Asiatfc Connfry I" Civen Fiscal An
tvactay in New Agnssscnt.
Aitlespaicb from Uaitgtgn savs tiui
a new treaty of c'tnjn and navijrn
beracea the I nited M.t- ani.Siaa has
been signed fr, A J.n, i-cretary uf Sutt
Davis smd ibe i-iam iinste'. The
Utsrt3nts fuH -cal anlnuiBy l) Suln
waim protoe-d prrviu s for the surrenctcf
bf tV Lnfb'd Stan of elu tcrntorial
Juriadicli m in t' - c j itry.
Etden R. jmet ' m-r ritan of the
Schsel f Law in tie Inivtrsitv and now
1. advisor W viatn, prepared the
Prank Roberta Die in Denver.
Frank R 1 ' i radiate of ihv
School of fa tf lh lmverMty itie ' r-
rVMCtedH in Denver Sunday. His uiath-
wvsa caefacd by hich bi mh! pressure. Mr..
. . Koberls was a fonn-x.roi.fifii i( iode-.
ffiniMlw, hut later m ed lo Omalra.
hhore ?se practirr.l lav. Ik u, sutvired
tby,a.,ife and a yvurg on.
Jour Best Friend
TIs CStriftmay )irit and dia
iaonfts nwkt lie grcal Jioli
&u lwc)s know that you
Sireiileasaig when you give a
jtluiinftnd with oar guarantee
Wc Itave raanv rings from
whif-h ou make a ft-leclion.
LEARN TO DANCE
Private Lessons By Appointment Only
All Closed, Healed Cars
"phone 1155 phone
RECREATION TAXICAB CO.
la I 11
Accept no substitute, look for the trademark
The Cordova Shops Inc-
. " UUFFALO
It marks distinction in all Leather .Goods.
Gifts That Will Be Appreciated
Flimsy, frivolous gifts can bring but irritation to their new owner. Give
HEAL GIFTS, that carry your message of tltouglitfulness oiid well-vuahitig.
Toplping many lists of careful choosers, will be "shoes for members of
the family." For it is such gifts as shoes which bring gladnete to both donor
- We are sole agents.
.w . see window msPMX";i
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a nristmas csBecia,
Japanese Grass Fibre Furniture
We bac just received from the Orient a dclaycdlliinmcnt of Jaiianese
Grass Fibre Furniture which we arc offering for your-irispection.
This is something new and just the thing that ould''make aTiiicChrist
mas present for the home. I
In this shipment are included a full line ofichairs? tables and taborels
The chairs are described as most comfortable and add just that little bit of
"different" which adds to the esthetic aluc ofthc room.
! If in doubt give Hosiery.
See our Window for Gift Sucscstions. , v
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YM What b Air?
I nrfHTT '..-.
! i (ffIM?'H3 ltiiUKii 1834 every chemist thounht he knew what nit-is. "A
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- tuiiumis bdoui a aozin gases ana easeous compounds. fft
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And if you arc looking for a present for tbc "little lady" in the home
ivho wants to hac furniture of Iter own, -.ve Itave jut the very thing in this
We arc showing a lincof Children's chairs and complete sets of toy
furniture. Included in these toy sets, of Japanese Grass Fibre Furniture are
2 chairs, table and a settee.
This would make a.lprescnl for the girl that will be different and one that
would add lo any bouse.
There are just three more shopping days left until Christmas. Our line
of furniture is complete.
We will be open of evenings until Christmas. ' "
Parker Furniture Company
"lEFORE 1894 every chemist thought he knew what ni-is.
W mechanical mixture of moisture, nitrogen and oxygen, with
1 traces of hydrogen and carbon dioxide," lie would esplain.
There wa3 so much oxygen and nitrogen in a ctven'Sample that he
simply determined the amount cf oxygen present and assumed the
rest to be nitrogen.
One great English chemist, Lord Raykigh, found that the nitro- ft j
gca oorxunea irom tne a:r was never so pure as that obtained from , -some
compound like' ammonia. Vnot was the "imouritv"? In '&
co-operation with another prcmincat chemist. Sir V."Hliam Ramsay, i
it im u;tuvcrea in an entirely new gas "argon." Later came the
"""I" j"icj rare gxxs in ins acmespnere. ihe air we Dreatne 4
contams about a dozen eases and paseous comiwniH?. :
This study of the air is on example of research in pure science.
Kayietgn ana Jcamsay had no practical end in .Ic-.vtaerely the dis-3
vwvwajt ui ucw iac;3.
A few years aso the TZererrrh l.rrTDtrrinf rih. n.,-y T71t:.
tympany began to study the destruction of nlanicnts in exhausted Sfj
lamps in order to ascertain how this happened. It was a purely"
SCientinc undertakinrr. 7t--vxvi fM,.nr u ,t,n ci.MM, 4&
. - o- -- ..- .WH.. uiui. wt. u3iiiciiL cvuijwiakia
toiled away, like so much water.
Pressure will check boiling or evaporation If the pressure within
:;"' ...B".- vi wr-c uiuit--itcat man orainarity to 0011 uc ?
water. Would a gas under pressure prevent filaments from boiling , ?l
"C"': " 6' wnat Easr- it must be a gas that will not combine
chemically with the filament The filament would bum in oxygen; '
hydrogen would conduct the heat away too rapidly. Nitrogen is a
useful gas m this case. It docs form a few compounds, however.
Better still is argon. It forms no compounds at all.
Thus the modern, efficient, gas-filled lamp appeared, and so argon,
which seemed the most useless gcs'ia the world, found a practical
of itodfVer nW faCtS' Snd thdr practicaI application will take care
And the discovery of new facts is ths primary purpose of the
Research Laboratories cf the, General Electric ComplmyV
Sometimes years must elapse before the practical application of a
discovery becomes apparent, as in the case of argon; sometimes a
practical application follows from the mere answering of a "theoret- ,
ical questton,asinthecase-ofagas-miedIamp. But no substantial
progress can be made unless research is conducted for the purpose of
discovering new facts. vv-